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Should you pay for a bunch of Linux distributions on DVD?

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December 31, 2012
The Linux Diversity Collection

There’s an interesting collection of 64-bit Linux distributions available called the “Linux Diversity Collection.” You can purchase it on Amazon.com for $39.95. Linux Diversity Collection Award-winning Linux operating systems with complete set of open source applications for desktops, laptops and servers Includes “Introduction to Linux” video DVD and updated UNIX Academy Selected Linux Training Library...
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Why do we buy books with DRM?

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December 31, 2012
The Last Lion: Defender of the Realm

Ars has a good column about why DRM persists in ebooks despite being dropped by the music industry. So maybe you were lucky enough to get an e-reader for the holidays. In fact, maybe you’re reading this article on one right now! Maybe you’re cozying up to your fire and you’re considering what e-book you...
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The history of NeXT and OS X

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December 31, 2012
OS X Column Browsing

Ars has a very interesting history of NeXT and OS X. In the 1990s, Apple struggled to bring the original Mac OS—originally written in 1984 for the resource-constrained Macintosh 128K machine—up to modern operating system standards. The story of how OS X came to be is thrilling in its own right, but suffice it to...
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Apple bashing by the NY Times

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December 31, 2012
The NY Times Bestseller List in iBooks

I sure hope the NY Times doesn’t get a Pulitzer Prize for their blatant bashing of Apple. How absurd that there’s even a possibility of that happening. If you wondered where the New York Times’ massive, 9-part iEconomy series was headed, here’s a clue: Part 1 was published on Jan. 21, and Part 9 on...
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The best Android apps of 2012

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December 31, 2012
Best Google Android Apps of 2012

Google has released a list of the best Android apps of 2012. Here’s the full list, with download links for your Android phone or tablet. Zappos The best in mobile shopping with a great selection, free shipping and returns as well as an elegant new UI for phones and tablets. Evernote Stay on top of every...
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The VLC Christmas icon

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December 23, 2012
VLC Christmas Icon

If you close VLC down on your system, then reopen it you will see that the icon has changed during the month of December. Or just open it if you aren’t already running it. What a neat little trick for the VLC developers during the Christmas season. This is the first time I’ve noticed...
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The worst rumors about apple in 2012

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December 23, 2012

HP has a list of some of the worst rumors about Apple in 2012. My favorites include the giant 4.6 inch iPhone screen, the perennial Apple television, and the iPad mini. Oh wait, the iPad mini rumor came true…and it’s selling like hotcakes. Doh! :w00t: The 4.6 inch iPhone screen reminds me of a...
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15 free Christmas apps for iPhone and iPad

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December 10, 2012
The 15 Best Free Holiday Apps for iOS Devices

Christmas is here, and it’s time to download some free apps for your iOS devices. Yep, all of these apps are free to use on your iPad, iPhone, iPad mini or iPod Touch. Have fun downloading from Apple’s app store! Merry Christmas! #15 Santa’s Bag – Christmas Gift List Santa’s Bag – Christmas Gift...
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20 free Christmas games for iPhone and iPad

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December 9, 2012
Millionaire City Holiday

Christmas is here and it’s time to have some fun on your iOS device! Here’s a list of the best free Christmas games for your iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad mini. Yup, every one of these games is totally free. They won’t cost you a cent to download from Apple’s app store. Have...
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Fedora 18 Preview

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December 4, 2012
The Fedora 18 Desktop

The beta of Fedora 18 has been released, and here's a sneak peek of what you'll find in it. This release has been dubbed "Spherical Cow." Apparently, the Fedora developers have decided to follow in the footsteps of Apple and Ubuntu by using cute animal names for their operating system releases.
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